Google Chrome Older Versions Download (Windows, Linux & Mac)

Google only provides an online setup file for Google Chrome which always downloads the latest version of Google Chrome. It happens frequently that a user upgrades to a new version of Google Chrome and gets upset by an unpleasant feature or an annoying bug. But as of now, there is no way to roll back to an old/earlier version because Google doesn't provide any location for users to download older versions of Google Chrome. Therefore, we are creating this page for users who want to download older versions of Google chrome.

Support of Java, Silverlight and NPAPI plugins

Unfortunately, we only started to archive old versions of Chrome since Chrome 48. Chrome dropped support for Java, silverlight and other NPAPI plugins in Chrome 45. If you are looking for an old version of Chrome with support of Java, silverlight or other NPAPI plugins, we'd recommend Slimjet Web Browser, which is based on Chromium and retains support of Java, silverlight and other NPAPI plugins.

Google Chrome Windows version

The old versions of Chrome are packed as 7zip self-extracting executable. Just run the executable and extract the files under any folder on your hard drive. Then launch Google chrome with chrome.exe under the extraction folder.


Version Size Date
57.0.2987.13341.03 MB2017-04-18
56.0.2924.8742.15 MB2017-02-8
55.0.2883.7542.53 MB2016-12-9
54.0.2840.7142.06 MB2016-10-21
53.0.2785.11644.7 MB2016-09-19
52.0.2743.11642 MB2016-08-3
51.0.2704.8441.86 MB2016-06-9
50.0.2661.7541.52 MB2016-04-15
49.0.2623.7541.1 MB2016-03-3
48.0.2564.9740.76 MB2016-02-2


Version Size Date
57.0.2987.13344.48 MB2017-04-18
56.0.2924.8746.3 MB2017-02-8
55.0.2883.7546.5 MB2016-12-9
54.0.2840.7145.89 MB2016-10-21
53.0.2785.11644.7 MB2016-09-19
51.0.2704.8448.3 MB2016-06-9
50.0.2661.7547.86 MB2016-04-20
49.0.2623.7547.15 MB2016-04-15
48.0.2564.10946.67 MB2016-02-18

Support of XP and Vista

Please notice that Chrome dropped support of XP and Vista since Chrome 50. If you are using XP and Vista, please download Chrome 49 or earlier, or download Slimjet Web Browser, which is based on Chromium and continues to support XP and Vista.

Google Chrome Linux Version

64-bit deb for Ubuntu/Debian

Version Size Date
57.0.2987.13345.13 MB2017-04-18
56.0.2924.8743.77 MB2017-02-8
55.0.2883.7543.96 MB2016-12-9
54.0.2840.7143.42 MB2016-10-21
53.0.2785.11647.87 MB2016-09-19
52.0.2743.11646.98 MB2016-08-3
51.0.2704.8447.17 MB2016-06-9
50.0.2661.7546.12 MB2016-04-14
49.0.2623.7546.5 MB2016-03-3
48.0.2564.10945.84 MB2016-02-17

32-bit deb for Ubuntu/Debian

Version Size Date
48.0.2564.10945.42 MB2016-02-17

Note: Google Chrome stopped release 32-bit builds for linux since Chrome 49. If you are still using 32-bit linux and would like to be protected with the latest security patches as well, you can use Slimjet Web Browser, which is based the Chromium open source project and continues to support 32-bit linux.

Google Chrome Mac Version

Version Size Date
57.0.2987.13359.96 MB2017-04-18
56.0.2924.8758.08 MB2017-02-8
55.0.2883.7560.53 MB2016-12-9
54.0.2840.7160.44 MB2016-10-21
53.0.2785.11670.03 MB2016-09-19
52.0.2743.11666.21 MB2016-08-3
51.0.2704.8465.5 MB2016-06-9
50.0.2661.7564.48 MB2016-04-14
49.0.2623.7563.92 MB2016-03-3
48.0.2564.10963.1 MB2016-02-17




Related FAQs

Why You Need An Older Chrome Version?

Sometimes it can be just because you don't like a new update or the new version of your preferred browser. Different people have different reasons, for example, developers don't like the placement of tools and in other cases the favorite extensions might not appear so useful. In such circumstances, all you need is the same previous version. In case of Chrome, though Google doesn't provide you with any Source) to download older versions of Google Chrome, but if you are really comfortable with those you don't need to disappoint. Slimjet offers you all older version under one roof.

How do I Rollback/Revert to the Older Version of Chrome?

Google do not support any rollback to the previous versions of Chrome. But that doesn't mean, you cannot get the one. Yes, there is a simple way out to get previous version. Just uninstall your present adaptation, erasing each user's saved profile information, and then re-install the needed version. Here it is important to note that user may lose their bookmarks, history, and so on. Hence, be careful while you proceed with the same.

Where can I Download and Install Older Versions of Chrome?

Now getting and downloading the prior versions of Google Chrome is possible. Slimjet share the old versions of Chrome, packed as 7zip self-extracting executable file. Download the one you need, run the executable and extract the files on your hard drive. Simply launch Google chrome with chrome.exe under the extraction folder. You can scroll above for different versions, available in 32- bit and 64- bit.

How to Download and Install Earlier Version for Windows, Linux and Mac via Slimjet

We have made a video to help you and you can watch the step to step process here:

How do I Know what Version of Google Chrome I have installed?

You might need this information for varying reasons, but often people consider it important to check for whether they need an upgrade or not. So, if you are looking for way out to determine what version you're running, just visit the 'About' page for each browser. Click the Menu icon (≡) in the upper right corner and take the cursor on "help". The first option "About Google Chrome" will let you know the same.

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Topic: google-chrome-old-version.php
4/5 (34)
Babies says...
I love babies so very much and I want to squish them.
Yesterday 2:22pm
Tordsworld says...
Great! I'm currently running Vista and so Chrome's current installer just gives me a message saying it's incompatible with my operating system when I attempt to run it. Scanned with Malwarebytes and Avast, it's clean. Great to have for when I need a decent browser but a site is incompatible with Firefox.
14th April 2017 8:01pm
TotalCraftMC by LegendCraft says...
Is there a possible way to find 64-bit Chrome 52.x for Windows machines?
6th April 2017 1:18pm
par says...
i have no idea
4th April 2017 4:28am
Ed says...
This is a great site. but i have an issue. I'm using Chrome 52 but the application does not show under "default programs" so I'm not able to set it as default. this causes some minor issues, is there a fix for this?
15th March 2017 7:15pm
Gary says...
Whoever wrote this page is not good with English and needs to take some writing lessons in the English language before they try to write in this language.
13th March 2017 4:42pm
mitch says...
Hi all, I am wanting to get chrome on my old XP and use chrome remote desktop so I can access it from anywhere and try websites on old computers? Has anyone tried this or can give me help? Thanks!
9th March 2017 2:25pm
Nouman says...
I want to get the google chrome that runs all the sites plz suggest me which version i should download?
3rd March 2017 1:23am
abelljms says...
it;'s greta to have odler versions avaialbe.
My amstrad jsut shagged so had to reinstall from base, whihc happens ot be XP, so i can htne apply my Win8 upgrade etc....
Meantime in XP browser won't work etc...zzzzzz
6th February 2017 4:59pm
Christopher Crowder says...
I just heard this morning that Google is going to lock people out of GMail if they're using any version of Chrome older than 53. I am on 49. Can I use the files on this website to upgrade my version of Chrome while still running Vista?
3rd February 2017 2:24pm
Stephen Cheng says...
I don't think they will block the access completely. But some of the features will not be available if you use old version of Chrome.
4th February 2017 1:24am
Ben says...
55.0.2883.75 (64-bit) does not work. I unzipped it to a folder, launched Chrome.exe, and it still shows the current version of the Chrome browser I had before downloading this file.
27th January 2017 7:08pm
Brendon says...
Need to install google chrome sp i can turn javascriot on my zte android phobe
28th December 2016 7:47am
Brendon says...
Need to install google chrome sp i can turn javascriot on my zte android phobe
28th December 2016 7:46am
Quality Control says...
Yuck! Google's forcing me to look at Material Design, which I can't see because I have less than perfect vision. What's the last version of Chrome where Material Design can be disabled?
21st December 2016 9:51pm
Ganesh says...
19th December 2016 2:06am
FaSo0oL says...
It sucks that we can't disable Chrome's automatic update bs but you guys are lifesavers with those old versions. Good job and thank you!
18th December 2016 7:28am
FaSo0oL says...
It sucks that we can't disable Chrome's automatic update bs but you guys are lifesavers with those old versions. Good job and thank you!
18th December 2016 7:23am
lol says...
13th December 2016 5:17pm
Jillo says...
Working fine. Thanks a lot!
13th December 2016 2:02am
ScottCA says...
Linux Mint Cinnamon 17.1---Downloaded Chrome 52 to replace a newer Chromium version (54?) that has the annoying Semantic invalid certificate problem that prevented some sites from working--WeatherUnderground in particular. Worked as it should--and the way it did before the 'upgrade'. This site is a valuable resource--bookmarked. THANK YOU!!! : )
9th December 2016 9:56am
rod tancock says...
thank you
26th November 2016 10:38am
rod tancock says...
26th November 2016 10:35am
rick carreon says...
7th November 2016 8:12pm
Mudtafa says...
thank you google 48
4th November 2016 6:12am
baad says...
48 and 49 are not working on XP SP3. Could You fix it?
2nd November 2016 9:14pm
anna says...
thank you
29th October 2016 3:35pm
todd booth says...
whats the diffetrence between 32 and 64 bit will they both work for xp as long as its the 49 or lower
26th October 2016 2:06pm
Andy Caswell-Russell says...
Thanks very much for providing the older Chrome versions. Do you know of a source for Chrome for business older versions - particularly 53 or slightly earlier. This is to fix the issue with Citrix not working properly with 54. We've tried the standalone 53 and it does work but we need to deploy admx etc. via gpo to customise.
Many thanks
25th October 2016 10:38am
daniel Oakley says...
unable to install 48.0.2564.97 or 49.0.2623.75 on my Pentium 3 winXP sp2 . Wow_helper not working .
Can you point me to an older working version please
daniel oakley
23rd October 2016 2:50pm
shankar shinde says...
I have a lapi with os windows XP version 2002. I want to the latest version of google chrome. please suggest me which one I should download.
12th October 2016 1:32am
Stephen Cheng says...
Please download Chrome 49.
12th October 2016 9:48am
Bernie G says...
3rd October 2016 11:45pm
jit shet says...
this website is nice. thank you for providing me old version of chrome
21st September 2016 12:48am
Richard says...
How did we know these downloads are safe?

I say that with the greatest respect but they may be modified versions of chrome which may contain code to obtain passwords/ransomware etc.

No offence intended but can any 100% reassurance be provided?
19th September 2016 1:21am
xu says...
virustotal is just around the corner
19th September 2016 3:09am
Richard says...
vurustotal - new to me that site - brilliant thank you!
19th September 2016 6:26am
Stephen Cheng says...
Another way to check is to verify the digital signature of the executable files. They all bear the original digital signature from Google without modification.
12th October 2016 9:50am
Erik says...
You just saved me! We use Salesforce in our corporate environment and the new v53 for Windows was pushed out which broke our ability to edit reports. I'm back up and running thanks to this site. Thank you!!
14th September 2016 1:14pm
WorriedChromeUser019 says...
It will not install!!
11th September 2016 5:21am
Patrick Griffith says...
This doesn't actually install chrome on one's computer. Sure, you could drag the downloaded file to the appropriate folder in program files. But, this s not the same as installing it. The installation process creates the necessary registry entries, and performs other functions.
5th September 2016 3:20am
Anil Lamba says...
Great work, good job .Thanks for providing its.
23rd August 2016 9:15am
Graeme says...

Do you have any way of supplying Chrome V40.XXX for 32 bit os ?

4th August 2016 8:16am
No Body says...
nice nice
3rd August 2016 2:08pm
Valiant says...
Very helpful. Thank you for this. Have had quite a few people ask about being able to do this since the latest update has a bug that makes playing video impossible.
30th July 2016 6:02am
Mark says...
I tried to install Chrome on a DV7 using the normal AND offline installers, WinVista AND Win7 (after upgrade), but for whatever reason the installer would fail.

After using your downgraded ready-to-use Chrome (v48 x64), I don't know what it did, but it allowed an installer acquired through it to activate and install properly, and now I'm running Chrome v52 on this laptop.

Bit of a weird compliment, but hey, it worked.
26th July 2016 2:54pm
Thanks a lot says...
Great work .Thanks for providing hosting.
26th June 2016 12:08pm
Larry LACa says...
Excellent. Very similar to my instructions on the Chrome help forum here (dash to slash) productforums dot google dot com - forum - #!topic - chrome - UFSYuIr1-80 I will update the forum instructions to reference your archives too. FYI: In most cases it is not necessary (or advisable) to uninstall the current version of Chrome. See the caveats section 'Only one Chrome' in the forum instructions. I have archives for some of the Windows pre v48 versions if you're interested in some ... Read More
24th June 2016 8:32pm
Andrew Tsai says...
To Disable Chrome Automatic Updates, copy and paste below into a "Disable Chrome Auto Updates.reg" file and run it, then reboot.

Windows Registry Editor Version 5.00


1st June 2016 11:27am
Valiant says...
Any suggestions for how to not update in Apple OS?
Thank you
30th July 2016 5:57am
James says...
1: Launch Terminal (/Applications/Utilities/)

2: Enter the following defaults write command & hit return:

defaults write checkInterval 0

3: Exit out of Terminal and restart Google Chrome

This disables updates for every Chrome application, including Chrome, Google Earth, etc...
6th September 2016 6:00pm
James says...
To resume auto-updates (Chrome):

Terminal: defaults write checkInterval 18000

Exit & restart Chrome
6th September 2016 6:02pm
Bob says...
Do you have an installer for 49.0.2623.112 for all users?
11th May 2016 4:48pm
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